Letha House Park and Spencer Lake have a nice variety of songbirds and waterfowl.
Directions: We will meet at the picnic shelter at Letha House Park East in the Medina County Park District. The address is 5745 Richman Road, Spencer, OH 44256 Richman Road is off Spencer Lake Rd.
Directions from Cleveland area: Take I-480 West. Continue on Ohio 10 West (Signs for Oberlin/State Hwy 10 W/US-20 Norwalk) Take Exit 3 toward North Ridgeville/State Hwy 80/Wooster. Turn Left at the end of the exit ramp. Next turn left at Lorain Road (signs for Wooster Avon) Follow signs to Route 83 south. Turn Right at Avon Belden Road/Ohio 83/Wooster-Avon Lake Rd. Go about 13 miles to Litchfield. There is a traffic circle in Litchfield. Continue around to the right and stay on Rte. 83 south. At Spencer Lake Road, turn right. For Letha House Park, turn right on Richman Road (small gravel road). There is a sign for County Park. Go uphill a few hundred feet. Letha House West is on the left, and Letha House East is on the right. For Spencer Lake Wildlife Area, we will follow Spencer Lake Road past Richman Road and over train tracks until it dead-ends into Root Rd. (County Rd 58). Turn Left. Entrance to Spencer Lake is on the right.
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